Tour the interiors of homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his Studio architects. (Additional residences to be announced soon.)
Harry S. Adams House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1913)
This classic Prairie house was Frank Lloyd Wright’s final Oak Park commission.
Thomas Gale House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1892)
An early Wright bootleg house distills Queen Anne design elements to their essential geometry.
Louisa and Harry Goodrich House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1896)
Wright's take on the popular Queen Anne style, meticulously restored and showcasing a new conservatory addition.
William E. Drummond House (William E. Drummond, 1910)
The personal residence of Frank Lloyd Wright’s key associate, inspired by Wright’s Fireproof House.
Mary Greenlees Yerkes House (John S. Van Bergen, 1912)
A creative interpretation of Wright’s Fireproof House features original fixtures and built-ins.
Charles J. Barr House (William E. Drummond & Louis Guenzel, 1912)
Distinctly Prairie style, with an efficient floor plan highlighted by a grand central fireplace.
River Forest Women's Club (Guenzel & Drummond, 1913)
Former Women's Club by Wright's chief draftsman, innovatively transformed to residential use.
Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1889/1898)
An architectural laboratory for Wright's experiments with space.
Robie House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908-10)
A masterpiece of the Prairie style and an icon of modern architecture.
River Forest United Methodist Church (William E Drummond, 1912)
The only church designed by Drummond in River Forest, IL.
A HOUSEWALK IN OAK PARK AND RIVER FOREST, ILLINOIS
Join us for the annual Wright Plus, the internationally renowned Great American Housewalk. The 2016 theme, Wright and His Studio, features rare interior tours of private buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and the architects and designers who worked in Wright’s Oak Park Studio. Your Wright Plus ticket also includes entry to landmark Wright buildings. Celebrate architecture, design, Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative vision and the talents of his fellow architects in historic Oak Park and River Forest, Illinois. Experience extraordinary living spaces and share an enjoyable day with visitors from around the world.
The Ultimate Plus Package offers an extended weekend of one-of-a-kind architectural experiences and includes accommodation.
|$95 FLWT member; $110 non-member||Buy Tickets|
Limit 4 tickets at member price. Tickets are not refundable or exchangeable.
Tickets are also available by calling 312.994.4000.
Space is limited. Order early to ensure availability.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND – Wright Plus 2016 Fast Pass. Avoid the lines.
A very limited number of Fast Pass tickets are available for those wishing to avoid tour lines.
Available only while quantities last. Price listed includes Wright Plus admission.
|$595 FLWT member; $610 non-member||Buy Tickets|
Our Frequently Asked Questions page will answer most questions, including ticket information, housewalk logistics, directions and transportation, lodging, dining and shopping.
Wright Plus proceeds support the restoration, preservation and education programs of the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust.
Program subject to change due to unavoidable circumstances.
Photographs of private homes by James Caulfield.